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Old 02-04-2010, 05:40 PM
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Bigger meat no extra lift

Hello everyone, right now I have a 6.5 inch lift on 38's. I want 40's and 20's, either 41 iroks, or 335/80 xzl's.

I was surfing the net and could not get a clear answer. But with cutouts and the 6.5 lift I should be able to run up to 42's correct? Of course I don't want a tire that big. Just making sure this is doable before I start padding my bank funds.
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"tank250" is running 41 iroks with bushwacker cutouts on a 4.5 DR lift..
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"tank250" is running 41 iroks with bushwacker cutouts on a 4.5 DR lift..
Tank also cut the hell out of his fenders...
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:17 PM
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bushwacker "cutouts"
yea i no, the OP is referring to them
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not to steal the thread, but is Tank still around? i haven't seen him comment on here in a loooong time.
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last i heard, tank was banned from this site (at least according to a screen image he posted up on VFO)
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the amount of lift from what i understand varies depending on 99-04 or 05-07 models... Tank's for example is a 2005

here is an 02 f250 (gasser) on approxamately 6-7" of lift, cutouts and 41x14.50r20 Iroks along with 2" wheel spacers

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yeah I believe he has been BAN for quite some time
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wow i guess tank has been banned just about everywhere huh.
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